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's really hectic :54 a b-g-e spokesman says crews cannt do anything until.. an inspector from baltimore city signs off on the contractors work. that work was done a week ago. but, it wasn't until today an inspector showed up. after we started to make some calls. fault.... the moaney's are still without power. it's hoped áthatá will change by the end of this week. joy lepola fox 45 news at 5:30. more than 300 kids... at... the ripken... eeperience... baseball camp... continue to brave the heat. heat.temperatures ... on the field... in aberdeen... reached well over 110 degrees today..../the ... rookie campers ...had... mandatory water breaks... between drills.../. they... say... the heaa is draining.../, but... was not ...going to keep ttem aaay.. from camp. gavin leinenbach: 1.37.41 "103 degrees!" reporter: "does it make you tired?" gavin: "yes." (drinks water) water)hari lymon, father: 1.41.43 "they really know how them water, make sure they lookkffr signs of dehydration, so, iihad no concerns." concerns."this week's... ripken experience... runs through friday,.
'malley,mayor stephanie rawlings-blake...and ten city delegates. (governor) "the big issue affecting baltimore city is making sure that if in fact the voters were to approve a sixth site that that would be to the detriment of baltimore city." (mayor) "i'm confident that we'll have a top quality facility that will rival national harbor, atlantic city and i don't think they'll be any impact."but city delegate curt anderson remains skeptical. (anderson) "we're supporting more gaming, we're supporting more gaming, all we're saying is that why does there have tt be more gaming and a sixth site? well, that's because mike miller wants a sixth site."delegate anderson blamessenate prrsident mike miller...for tying expanded another casino at national harbor. (rrdell) "some lawmakers say when they adjourned the regular session back in april, therer were only 41 delegates who were committed to supporting expanded gambling and a new casino, which means that they'll have to round up at least 30 more votes to get that bill enacted in the house if there's a special session." but as of today...that's
>>> now, abc 2 news at 5:30. >>> right now, a baltimore city firefighter is charged with running an online prostitution ring. jamar marvin simmons, a 10-year veteran of the fire department, was arrested. we'll have much more coming up at 6. >>> good news tonight when it comes to the health of the chesapeake bay. according to reports, maryland is on track to meet its goals for improving the health of the bay. maryland has exceeded its cover crop goal as far as the future goals. the report says urban septic system pollution -- >>> students in baltimore are showing progress in math but not so much in reading. the state department of education results were released today. >>> we start tonight focusing on your money and the taxes that you pay. it's convenient. open 24 hours and right now it's tax-free. we're talking about online shopping. but all that tax-free shopping may soon change. >> how about organic green iced tea? >> reporter: if you buy anything from a store in washington, d.c., the sales tax is 10%. but if you bought something online from a business that doesn't have a phys
forthe race. the... mayor of baltimore... announces funding... "citi-watch"... program.... a... grant... from the abell foundation... will... help create .... database ... of... public and private... security cameras, .../ llowing... police... to quickly identify cameras ... close crime scenes...///.cctizens... and... business owners ... can... register... their... seeurity camera systems ... with... a... web application,.../// giving... police... access... when... there's trouble...// right... now,... the... citiwatch network ...includes ... 600-cameras ... city--wide. police... continue... investigating ... a... domestic shooting... in waldorf .../ that... left... one dead. dead.they... say... 33- year-old.... áshea proctorá... shot... his mother... and father... before... killing himself...//. police... were... called to the home... on... sea--grape court... around ... 5-am.... by... a woman ... who... saad her son... was arguing ... with... his step father..... the... mother... a
,000 customers without power. the majority in baltimore county, 39,000 or so. there's 30,000 in the city. you can see the numbers to our south as well. of course, it is exactly the wrong time for people to be without electricity and air-conditioning with eight straight days of temperatures above 90. the heat is aboving to be fatal for some. -- is proving to be fatal for some. our first warning weather coverage continues now with derek value value -- valcourt. >> outside it's a scorchers. inside city health offices it's heating up. >> how are you doing? we're calling our senior citizens to make sure you're doing okay. >> the city set up a bank phone calling residents over the age of 80 checking how they're handling the heat. those who don't answer may get a visit. >> we're doing everything we can to make sure that we reduce and eliminate the number of heat related deaths. >> already maryland has seen two deaths from the heat. doctors say those most at risk have underlying health problems. >> they do worse with the heat and they do worse with every day of the heat. you can see increase aring probl
. >> and a couple of days, baltimore's city's top cop will be stepping down. and -- baltimore city's top couple of stepping down. >> is the commissioner announced in may that he is retiring after more than 30 years on the force. the last five, as you mentioned, as police commissioner. he is leaving behind a big shoes to fill. he got a problem with a baltimore sendoff. he threw out the first pitch at the orioles game. he says he will miss his job when he retires wednesday, but looking forward to what he will do next. >> something fun and far-less stressful. maybe my hair will grow back. i'm looking forward to it and i am anxious to get started. >> his career includes more than 30 years on the baltimore police force, the last five as commissioner. there's been a 45% drop in overall gun crime and the fewest number of homicides in 35 years. he attributes a lot of it to the change in culture. at the grass-roots activism. during his tenure, he became known as his passionate language for addressing crime in the city. >> i will not miss the opportunity to talk about bad guys with guns. for me, that has
in baltimore city. 895 into the route 2 frank first avenue a slowup due to -- due to constuck and toll plazas -- construction and toll plazas into the fort mchenry along # 5 northbound between toll plaz -- 95 northbound between toll plazas speeds have been knocked down. more construction delays towards the south moving along pennington avenue and ordinance road. you will see sighups due to construction. a live shot shows a -- not a bad looking shot. there's another shotfor you? we will show youch the drive times route 43 -- you. the drive times 95 to 83, 11 minutes and 795 to 95, just about 12 minutes. charley. >>> as masco mention monument street will be closed for a few days more while crews continue to repair the large srchg shoal. b -- searching hole. engineers are using radar technology to see other damage was done to pipes underneath the searching hole. >>> break news some in baltimore county will need a place to stay after a two-alarm fire that started after 2 this morning near the 3600 block of yeno lane. the fire is in randallstown and first called in officially at 2:30. 12 units dam
that maryland live...and a future casino in baltimore city...will not be financially a casino at the national harbor. others say the complex gambling bill should not be forced through the general a two or three day special session.(carter) "to me, there's no reason that we can't wait and handle it with other business during regular session and have it on the 2014 ballot."(rydell) "neither house leaders nor the governor's office will say whether or not they have enough votes to get this gambling bill enacted during a special session. john rydell, fox45 news at 5:30." hundreds... gather downtown to... salute... baltimore's... college bound... seniors. seniors. the... annual ...collegebound foundation scholars... luncheon... was held ...this afternoon.../. our... very own ...patrice sanders... emceed... the event.....// the... foundation... provides... college advising... and... financial aid... to students... that... might not... otherwise... be... able to receive... higher education.../.
,000 without service. in baltimore county, more than 32,000 have no power. baltimore city, it's just under 20,000. and howard county has 4700 customers still without service. in all right now, 77,000 homes and businesses still need to have their service restored. maryland's heat wave continues right now. a heat advisory is in effect for most of the state. outside, it's sunny and hot. and for the eighth day in a row, the temperature is over 90 degrees. first warning weather coverage continues with bob turk, who is updating these pleasant conditions. >> unfortunately, i don't see a lot of that break coming until maybe next week. we have a break in the thunderstorms now. it's very quiet. just a few things up near west virginia. but we do expect to see things beginning to pop this afternoon. a few things showing up. not much to look at at this point. but i am concerned with all of this heat and energy in the atmosphere, we could see some widely scattered, severe thunderstorms tonight. probably between 5:00 and 9:00. most should be over by then. but there's certainly a possibility of some isolated
. >> this is millions of dollars for the state of maryland fork prince george's county and baltimore city. >> reporter: baker wants governor o'malley to call a special session of the legislature in order to expand the number of gaming sites in maryland from five for six and put that new casino at the national harbor in prince george's. >> i feel like progress is being made. >> reporter: but the governor won't call a special session at least until he has agreement from house leaders like speaker michael bush who has said he doesn't think expanded gambling would pass right now. the governor is prying to ease political rivalry among competing counties by creating a new gambling commission which would decide on things like gaming tax rates. >> perhaps now, there is the opportunity for the house leadership to coalesce around their leader and, if so, we could get this done, i think, and in pretty short order. >> reporter: while we can't tell you if or what governor o'malley would call a special session on gambling, what we can tell you is that not everybody is on board with this idea especially the people w
...after the break 3 disabled woman ... is... suing... baltimore... city... community college... for... 10- million.../ after ... she... says... a... teacher ...called her... stupid! first on fox tonight... myranda... stephens ... live... in... northwest baltimore - / with... why... the lawsuit... is.. .going... in her favor! carla dilone says she was consttntly humiliated by her former teachers here at b-c-c-c. but now she's aking the college to school on a 10- million dollar discrimination lawsuit... and so far... she's ! winning! 13:06 i'm partially deef, i don't hear nothing from the right side carla dilone is a divorced mother of four... who in 2001... was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. 1225 you're going to be in a wheelchair where you're going to be paralyzed. you can't have your independence and do as much as people normal could do, so your time is very limit to accomplish your dreams and your goals 37 but there was one dream dilone was determmned to live out. in 2006... she enrolled at baltim
new heat-related outages. in baltimore county there is more than 2,000 in the dark. baltimore city almost 800. and howard county there is still more than 600 customers still in the dark this evening. this heat wave is not only griping maryland. drew levinsohn reports that much of the country is baking during this summer sizzle. >> reporter: people from the midwest to the east coast sweated through another blistering day. >> hot. really hot. >> i'm completely drenched. >> reporter: temperatures soared above 100 degrees in several cities, including philadelphia, washington and st. louis. utility companies are stressed. >> the heat always gives us a challenge. we expect scattered outedges. >> reporter: the national weather service issued heat warnings for half the country. this heat wave has health officials very concerned. the new york health department has urged its residents to avoid staying outside too long and asked them to look in on their neighbors. especially the elderly. in chicago authorities say a 64-year-old woman apparently dropped dead from heat exhaustion inside her apa
moisture moving our way but as far as carroll baltimore howard counties and ball -- baltimore cities it lost its identity. forecast calls for a this national weather report sponsored by ensure. enjoy ensure as part of your healthy diet.- ensure, nutrition in charge. >>> it is a warning signal for civilian drones. a professor proves a computer whiz can take control of them without them knowing. >> it's hijacking a plane from a distance. you're as if you're at the controls of the plane because you've captured the pilot's sense of the navigation system. >> we'll see how big a threat that is to a technology booming in the skies. >>> and with 150 years ago this month, an army bugler played taps for the very first time. we'll look at the meaning at the simple mourn full melody and talk to a bugler who has played it hundreds of times. that's on "cbs this morning." this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by jif. jif, the number one choice of choosey moms. liciously creamy. it might just make you feel like a kid again. [ both laugh ] choosy moms never stop choosing
it was the crime was bad. >> at that time baltimore was the number one for killing city in america. to overcome that and rise above that and sit here and talk to you and try to describe that atmosphere to you, i'll be here all day. >> i want to talk a little bit about what i think a lot of people talk about which is your grandfather who's been described as your best friend. you were about to reach the pin cal of your career when he died in the commission of a crime. and i was surprised how it didn't make you turn angry and bitter. that surprised me a lot. most people that would -- never get over that and become hardened people and you haven't done that. why not? >> i was. >> you were a mad person? >> no question about it. i was young, you know, i just committed to go to wake forest, signed my letter of intent, probably the happiest day of my life. spent the night with my grandfather and the next night found out he had been murdered. i was bitter. i talked to my mom about when you're a kid you make rational decision, i don't know if i can hope anymore, my grand dad is at every game. and i questi
-involved shooting in northwest baltimore. wjz is live at city police headquarters downtown. monique griego has the latest on what happened. monique? >> reporter: and police say it started with a foot chase. but then the suspect reached into his pocket for a weapon. >> reporter: just before 6:00 this morning, police units swarmed this neighborhood in the 5100 block of arbutus avenue. after a 22-year-old man is shot and killed by a baltimore city police officer. investigators say the incident actually started a few blocks away, at this 7 eleven on belvedere avenue in reisterstown road. after someone called police and reported a man with a gun. >> saw someone matching the description. and it was a foot chase. >> reporter: one neighbor told us she ran into the house, after seeing the suspect flee from police. >> i saw this guy run from the alley, up to this street. then i saw the police car coming. >> reporter: when police finally caught up with the suspect, they say he reached into his pocket for what was later determined to be a semi automatic weapon. >>> at this point, the officer fired his wea
of maryland, millions of dollars for prince george's county and baltimore city. >> reporter: baker wants governor o'malley to call a special session of the legislature in order to expand the number of gaming sites in maryland from five to six and put that new casino at the national harbor in prince george's. >> i feel like progress is being made. >> but the governor won't call a special session at least until he has agreement from house leads are like speaker michael bush who has said he doesn't think expanded gambling would pass right now. the governor is trying to ease political rivalry among competing counties by creating a new gambling commission which would decide on things like gaming tax rates. >> perhaps now, there is the opportunity for the house leadership to coalesce around their leader and, if so, we could get this done, i think, in pretty short order. >> reporter: now, while we can't tell you if or when governor o'malley would call a special session on gambling, what we can tell you is not everybody is on board with this idea, especially the people who have invested millions
baltimore city community college for discrimination ... after she says a teacher called her stupi! stupid!carla dilone says she was constantly humiliated by her former teachers at b-c-c-c. but now she's taking the college to school on a 10- million dollar discrimination lawsuit... and so far... she's winning!she was diagnosed with mulptiple sclerosis back in 2001...and in 2006, she enrolled in school.but now she's claiming the teachers ignored her disability needs... and even insulted her dilone filed complaints with the college... but says they went ignored. 19:15 i had to endure in front of the class her calling me stupid, telling me i'm too stupid to be in college, disability students have no business going to college 24 24last month, the court entered a "judgment by default" in dilone's favor ... because the school failed to respond in time. the school doesn't comment on pending litigation. the next heaaing is scheduled for august 10th. take a look at this shocking video.. .of a little girl fighting off her attacker in before... she was walking with her two year old brother... when
and a few issues across baltimore city. certainly involving that sinkhole but the baltimore national pike. that's where we have an on going accident tying up lanes reducing speeds to 40 miles an hour. that's along 70 and 40 speeds down to around 40 miles per hour. slide that off down to the south and another issue to bring to your attention. again this is down along baltimore national pike. northbound from 95 to 495. so we will be dealing with that. outside we go for a live look. and we're starting to get jammed. westbound on 695. charlie? >>> and mike there's a sinkhole on monument street. for commuters it's going to cause problems this morning. it's the latest example causing damage to city streets. it opened up wednesday afternoon over a storm drain tunnel that carries water to the inner harbor. that drain dates back to the 1930s. >>> well, a man is supposed to be in jail was accidentally released. john planters was being held on assault charges and was mistakenly let out monday. police are now looking into what may have happened. we'll have more for you on this at let's
prevention drug for h-i-v and many are wondering what this means for the city of baltimore. dr. patrick chaulk from the baltimore city health department joins us live in studio with more. - what does the approval of truvada mean for hiv treatment in baltimore 3 city? - who is most likely to benefit from using this drug? - are there potential side effects from taking truvada? truvada? for more information on truvada... log on to fox baltimore dot com slash morning . coming up... it's the hair-raising video nasa calls... "7 minutes of terror."what it shows... and how the space agency came up with the name. peartbreaker nats nats but next... what nick cannon is saying about his wife... have you calling her a ght - "heartbreaker." you're watching fox 45 morning ews.. all local.. ll morning. excuse us, while we change into something more comfortable. cool. introducing, the square sunnyd bottle. but they can be really well thexpensive.ted a puppy, so to save money i just found them a possum. dad, i think he's dead. probably just playin' possum. sfx: possum hisses there he is. there'
this morning. let's take you to the maps. an accident in baltimore city, to bring your attention to. fleet at central avenue. we have to tell you an issue in cane street lumbart, an accident that is giving us slower than normal speeds. orioles are in town tonight at 7:05, expect delays after 5:00. 30 miles per hours down to baltimore washington parkway. southbound lane at 195 at 175. this is a shot of bell ware road. see you in 25 with another traffic update. so what i'm saying is, people like options. when you take geico, you can call them anytime you feel like saving money. it don't matter, day or night. use your computer, your smartphone, your tablet, whatever. the point is, you have options. oh, how convenient. hey. crab cakes, what are you looking at? geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. ♪ >>> why are we playing "hail to the chief"? i don't know but the crowd seems to love it. who are they seeing out there? the latest on the campaign trail. there he is, will ferrell, starring as cam brady. that's how you roll. >> congratulations on running say they are just happy that the city of baltimore is welcoming the game of soccer. "oh my god this is the best idea since they've invented the wheel this is the best idea theyyve ever had." had." we'll have highlights from the game... and find out which team won bragging rights in charm city... coming up later on sports unlimited. 3 if you talk to the average sports fan...or even sports reporter outside this market... they immediately link the ravens with an aging defense. morgan adsit here now to show us that's not the case, morgan. in years past...yes, the ravens had an older defense. this off season they parted ways with vets jarret johnson and cory redding... and got baltimore gets linked with age on "d."thanks to ray lewis and in football terms they're old. lewis 37... entering his 17th season.reed 33... 11th season. but with the current 11 players running as starters... the ravens average age on defense is 27.take reed and lewis out of the equation it's 25..that's prime football age just past a rookie deal.the ravens have changed their ways on defense... yet, no ne's
in the plane. he survived and is recovering. >>> underarmor honors a baltimore city schoolteacher for refining what it means to be a woman athlete. she trained girls for 10 weeks until they would run 1 mile. she gets an underarmor sponsorship deal that includes training and athletic gear. stay with wjz 13, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> jeff daniels approves. he says good music. welcome back to "cbs this morning." we've been watching jeff daniels in memorable roles for three decades, like "dumb and dumber," "terms of endearment" and god of carnage. >> he takes on the role of an anchor man with personal demons. >> your father, he was an abusive alcoholic. >> i didn't say that. >> but he was, right? >> you got that in the 40 minutes that i've been sitting here that seemed like a week and a half? can i have a prescription now? >> he hit you? >> come on. >> he hit you, right? >> how many times did you see goodwill hunting? >> he hit you, yes. he hit your mother. >> yes. >> you have a brother, two sisters. he hit them, right? >> look, he didn't hit anybody once i was old enough to hit him back. >> jeff daniels
of dollars for the state of maryland. millions of dollars for prince george's county, baltimore city. >> governor o'malley says he won't call a special session until he has an agreement from house leaders. the assembly must take action by august 20th if it wants the issue to get on the november ballot. >>> still ahead, a major milestone today for the dulles rail project. >> and an approach to protect school children in fairfax county from predators. why some bus routes could be changing. >> team u.s.a. got off to a bad start last night. but ended strong. we're checking sports later. >> here's a live look outside. it is going to be a scorcher, folks. we'll get the latest weather from tucker, traffic from lauren in just a little bit. so stay with us for that. it's 7:11 right now. ould be our own is troubled mitt romney supports overturning roe versus wade. romney backed a law that outlaws all abortion -- even in cases of rape and incest. and that's not all. i'll cut off funding to planned parenthood. [ female announcer ] for women, planned parenthood means life-saving cancer screenings
huge profits, but it may also have cheated consumers. the city of baltimore and the firefighters and police union of new britain, connecticut, have already filed a lawsuit against barclays and other international banks claiming that a low libor cost them a return on their investments. elizabeth palmer, cbs news, london. >>> a jetblue airline pilot who disrupted his own flight leaving the cockpit and screaming about religion and terrorists has been found not guilty due to mental illness. clayton osbon was charged with interfering with a flight crew after the incident in march. a federal judge in amarillo, texas where the plane made an emergency landing ordered him to a mental health facility. for further tests. >> the titans of competitive eating will take part in one of the biggest sporting events of the year. the nathan's hot dog eating contest in coney island. we have a preview yesterday of sorts. our buddy john elliott coming up on the left weatherman from our weather station in new york city up against former nathan's champ. takeru kobayashi. looks like john is gobbling these
and then the federal government and my dad was a social worker at baltimore city. they made it very clear early on we were expected to go to college but my senior year i had different ideas and i thought i would probably take a year off and may be joined the dance theater which was a big deal back when i was in high school and then go to college until my parents pretty much handed the the application and said you have a full scholarship to morgan state, which is my local school in baltimore. you start in three weeks, orientation is on sunday. pack your bags. so that is pretty much how i started going to school and because i had that family support that encouraged me and pushed me and created these high expectations. from there studied electrical engineering for three years before i really -- for i was frustrated enough to change to political science even the white tiemann on an engineering degree it wasn't my passion and i didn't enjoy it. i spent many evenings a my door more upset, not sure how wires went to make it to class or do the cellmark and so my mom said you just have to look into your heart
ocean city. that's severe weather will stay away from baltimore. a mixture of sun and clouds. it will turn less humid. high temperature in the low 90's. the seven-day forecast in just a few minutes. >> 70 degrees on tv hill. b.g.e. continues to restore power to more than 200,000 maryland residents. >> the heat remains. where you can get some relief. >> we have some downedwn [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute >> live, local, late-breaking, this is wbal-tv 11 news today. stillthis time we're saying this'll be a multi day restoration. >> it was it long weekend for half a million maryland residents and a to be even longer for many of them. >> good morning. i'm mindy basara. >> and i'm stan stovall. thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> more on the cleanup in just a minute. minute.
to the north and west. all of us hot today. all of us well into the mid- to upper 90s. i think the big cities here, washington, baltimore, getting awfully close to 100 late are this afternoon. we are expecting a quiet weather pattern today as far as showers and thunderstorms. not really in the forecast today. high pressure building in from the west and that spells just a fairly quiet weather pat were here. maybe some high cloudiness this afternoon. that will be about t hook how quiet. we don't have any shower or thunderstorm activity across the eastern third of the country at this hour. we are not expecting any later. we'll be quiet today. as we get into tomorrow, another hot one for you for your wednesday but by tomorrow, late in the afternoon, tomorrow night, some shower and thunderstorm activity will arrive in the form a cold front and some of those storms could be strong so we've got to look out for that late in the day tomorrow and than a cooldown here. here is your five-day forecast. then a cool downfor the end of the week. 99 today, plenty of heat, plenty of haze out there. tomorrow, 9
the battle of fort mchenry? >> the british originally didn't want to go to fort mchenry to capture baltimore and then changed their minds. it took almost a week for them to change their minds. had they gone immediately, many baltimoreans forecast that the city -- afterwards, even in correspondence before the battle of north point, that baltimore would have fallen. they were unprepared. they were demoralized. what happened after washington, it galvanized americans. everybody wanted to pay back, especially those who had been in the area. so when the british descended on baltimore, three weeks later, after having been in washington, there were 15,000 defendants. they'd swarmed in from surrounding counties and eastern pennsylvania and virginia. old men, young men. it was raining hard. the eastern hills, which were heavily fortified, were slashed with sudden trenches and even though the men were wet and tired and hungry, they were itching for payback. that's what it did. it fired them up. >> we talk about the burning of washington and wonderful pictures we have seen from the national portrait gal
credited the city of baltimore for first raising the issue of discrimination in the banque's subprime for this program. it is the second-largest settlement in the justice department post of history. another article we want to bring to your attention is in the new york times. it is on the farm bill. moved through the house agriculture committee. he first major overhaul of the nation's nutrition program is in jeopardy over the degree of spending cuts. moderates and democrats think the bill goes far enough in a time of economic growth. the-week economic growth. -- wear economic growth. -- weak economic growth. the current bill expires on june 30. we have a caller from virginia on the independent line. caller: if you can do your job, your health is irrelevant. everybody has a right to health care privacy, at least they keep telling us that. they give us a form telling us we have health care privacy. that was my comments. thank you. host: thank you. this is a story that has been getting a lot of national attention. the front page of the new york times. it is the abuse scandal at penn state
in the city and feels like 100 for annapolis. baltimore right now, feels like 99 degrees. so, spotty storms around at 7:00. once the sun sets most of the storms, and we're not talking a lot, but spotty. they begin to weaken and fall a part. the temperatures stay well-warm and muggy, on through the evening hours. the heat building at least for the next couple of days, but there is relief to the heat in our five-day forecast. >> that is good to hear. thank you, see you soon. >>> don't forget the fox 5 weather app. supereasy to download on your iphone or ipad and you can find it on >> coming up, a woman claimed she was abused by george zimmerman as a child. >> a top official steps down in the wake of a band hazing scandal at a historically black university. >> if you have a story idea, call us at 2028953000 or send us an e-mail to com. i'm barack obama and i approve this message. [romney singing]: oh beautiful, for spacious skies, for amber waves of grain, for purple mountains majesty, above the fruited plain, america, america, god shed his grace on thee
." >>> welcome back to "early today." a beautiful day here towards new york city. phil request as well. three sharp line with a better chance of thunderstorms down towards d.c., baltimore as well, extending back through a good portion of tennessee, even into the southeast, eastern texas may also see a chance for a few thunderstorms. if you're watching us on news channel 8 on your side in tampa, florida, lakeland, learn about water conservation while creating your own rain thunderstorm at explorations children's matter. >> if only i was 5 again. darn. >>> now here's an early look at this morning's headlines in entertainment news. some are calling it this super hero summer at the box office because it started with "the avengers" ended with "batman returns," and this weekend belongs to another comic hero. the new friendly neighborhood spider-man spun himself a $65 million opening weekend. the amazing spidman added a whopping $129 million overseas for a grand worldwide total, get this, todd, $341 million so far. huge, huge. >>> the previous top film "ted" fell to second with an impressive $32 mil
city, philadelphia, baltimore, washington, d.c., norfolk, virginia and back towards chicago and detroit. and cincinnati. all these areas another scorcher of a day. take a look at your temps where you are right now. the heat indices right now. factor in the humanity, -- humidity. 87 in st. louis. this has just gone on and on and when your overnight temperatures don't cool down, your house doesn't cool down and that causes the big big problems. take a look at your forecast for the day today. obviously all about heat in the areas of the northeast. today likely the warmest day we have seen so far this year. so a very very hot one. we will see a few pop-up thunderstorms because it's also humid with it. by the afternoon, a front is going to move through at least across areas like boston, hartford in towards new york city by this evening and drop temperatures but we will see some big significant storms, down to the southeast, also hot, we will see some very significant showers and thunderstorms as well. but look at that 106 in wichita. and into the northern plains, this is where you can start
it if it drops those temps a little bit. yellow includes big cities like baltimore, philadelphia, new york, and up towards hartford, connecticut the threat for severe weather today. likely some very strong winds will be the worst of it we saw what those winds can do with that big directional event we had last week in d.c. we could be talking about nasty weather here. the fortunate side is behind that there is cooler air moving. in tomorrow you see the temps there towards chicago, down to around 83. same with cleveland. and we are still warm here across areas a little bit in towards ohio valley. by the time we get towards the day on monday. that should say monday there. sorry about that going to be cooling down for a lot of people. temps back into the 80's, back where we should be, out across the west. there is improvement coming but we have got to get to the day on monday and then a big imprvment. in fact, much of the next week for the eastern part of the country is looking absolutely beautiful so we'll take it it be careful for the rest of this weekend. guys? >> movie theater. i don't kno
to a high in the mid 90s. it's 74 right now. >>> here's what we have our eye on today, the city's child development services is expanding. a ribbon cutting is set for a new support center. >> a retired city police officer is being honored, james dixon will talk about receiving the congressional gold metal. >> baltimore county unvails its new cool trees program. >> will ever -- already in the news, a messy morning commute. crews continue to work to clean up a major water main break downtown. >> a fatal plane crash, details on the investigation. >> they are still searching, but we have new information on the search for a missing boat er. more news, first warning weather and your first traffic report of the morning in a couple of minutes. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] everyone likes a bit of order in their life. virtual wallet helps you get it. keep track of spending, move money with a slide, and use the calendar. all to see your money how you want. ♪ [ horn honks ] ♪ oh, those were the best of days ♪ ♪ i still feel the summer rays ♪ that graced our backs as we went down the lan
the access to the biggest heat will be today. rapid city, minneapolis, green bay, even into chicago. temperatures once again between 90 12k3 100. tomorrow, that access heat moves into the northeast. philadelphia, washington, baltimore within more 1 00 degree days on tap for you. washington, washington has already had five times they've hit 100 degrees this year. today's high temperature, washington 95 today. staying in the 80s and low 90s. chicago, 96. kansas city, 97. but you can see where the swath of heat is. minneapolis, this is definitely going to go down the road books for the twin citys this summer. highs tomorrow, washington gets to 101 and you can see where the heat is. but then, this is a short lived affair. nothing like what we've been dealing with. cold front will move through, dry things out and cool things down for thursday and friday. a whole different picture than the heat of what we're seeing at the beginning of the week. in terms of the flood threat to the west, heavy rain is expected. strong storms, wind gusts, even lightning expected for the west today as another
. >> new york city will hit 93, with lower humidity. baltimore and chicago could break records with temperatures close to 100. phoenix cooler than usual at 97. >>> phoenix and other cities in arizona and new mexico are bracing for the annual monsoon season. outside albuquerque, they placed sandbags in and around homes as a precaution. and the national guard is there as well. just in case. there is a big risk of flash floods after recent wildfires burned off all of the vegetation. >>> and now we turn to some holiday outings that turned to tragic freak accidents. a 10-year-old boy swimming in an eastern tennessee marina was electrocuted in the water, and another boy, he nearly died. the two were swimming between houseboats on cherokee lake in east tennessee. several other people were taken to the hospital. >>> in missouri two children there were electrocuted in lake of the ozarks after swimming off a private dock, the victims a 13-year-old girl and her 8-year-old brother. adults raced to shut off the electric current to the dock and rescue the kids. it was simply too late. >>> no
the plans to improve the baltimore school district. the man who renovated manydifferent schools is presenting the seam plans for the city and it takes place at city hall at 1. >> gl now back to new york for good morning america and another update in 30 minutes. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >>> she's incredible. florence welch, florence and the machine, they're live singing, the group is getting ready to head out to tour. you know, just recently, she had take some time off with her throat. we can't wait. >> awesome. >>> can't wait for friday. big party in the park on friday. carmen heating up the park. >> can't get your weekend started until you spend it with us. use the gma app on your smartphone or go to our facebook page and vote for your favorite question. you'll find out exact exactly. oh, i'm sorry. i'm sorry. >> in other music news, sam, madison beer, why justin bieber says that she's about to become an overnight huge success. we'll tell her story coming up. a great show planned just a few hours from now. >> jam packed. keeping up with the car kardashians kris jenner. and a
heat is catching up with those who have been without power for a week now. we visited a west baltimore man who would could -- could no longer tolerate the temperatures. he was taken away with a heatstroke. eight people have died from the heat. bge hoped to add 100 out of state workers yesterday, instead they got 250 more to tackle the outages. about 20,000 have had their service restored in the past 24 hours. reporting in north baltimore, mike schuh. >>> a man is behind bars after a police involved shooting. it happened last night just outside the maryland campus. officers shot the man after he try today steal a police cruiser. he crashed it into a brick barrier and was taken to the hospital. nobody else was hurt. >>> four men are under indictment after a meth lab was discovered inside the holiday inn after someone tipped them off. each man faces a number of charges. >>> stay with wjz 13, maryland's news station. up next travel websites that will make your summer vacation the best yet. actor allen coming talks ability -- about his roll on the cbs hit show the >>> wow. hello long beach.
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